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At 90, beloved entertainer Dick Van Dyke offers his thoughts and tips on aging and reveals how he’s stayed active and vibrant. Plus, comedian George Carlin’s only child Kelly, an author and podcaster herself, reveals what it was like to grow up Carlin. And wait until you meet the 96-year-old track superstar.
Judith Simms-Cendan, M.D., loves to practice medicine, loves to teach and loves to serve. Her favorite classrooms are the streets and remote villages of impoverished countries around the world. She invites us along to the Dominican Republic to show how her students are changing and saving lives.
Dr. Annette Khaled is a scientist on a mission that could save your life. Find out about her tireless search for new methods to find, track and kill metastatic breast cancer.
Looking for a unique way to make a difference? Andrew Payer, Ph.D., of the UCF College of Medicine explains how donating your body to science can not only help educate the next generation of doctors, it can help save future lives. Plus, wait until you learn how carefully and reverentially the bodies are treated and cared for.
Griffith Parks, Ph.D., one of the world’s foremost experts on vaccines, weighs in on their impact on the population and why adult-focused vaccines are becoming more prevalent.
Dr. Manette Monroe is on a mission to show veterans with PTSD it’s never too late to live the lives they’ve always dreamed about. She’s living proof that sometimes it just takes a little longer to make your dreams come true.
Dr. Deborah German is Dean of the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. Her employees and students are changing the future of healthcare.